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Wednesday, September 12, 2007

Takes Two to Tandem Rally Sunday September 16

Phillips Park Start Point

We will meet at Phillips Park, where there is a shelter house and real restrooms. Look for the sign that says ACB-Ohio/Takes Two to Tandem. When you sign in, you will receive a map, a lunch ticket, a ticket for door prizes, and a goody bag. Registration for the 65 mile route starts at 9:00 a.m. For the 30 mile route and the 20 mile route, registration begins at 9:30. Registration will close at 10:00 a.m. Lunch will be available starting at 11:00 a.m. at the picnic area on the trail near Howard, ten miles from the start. You will need your ticket to receive a lunch. Door prizes will be drawn at this time. Lunch will close at 1:00, so please plan your rest stops accordingly. Please have your cell phones charged fully and keep them on during the ride, so that if you do not appear back at the lunch stop on time, we can find out where you are. We have no sag for this ride, so please ride in pairs in case of injury or mechanical problems. Use your cell phone to call the county emergency number on the map or Mary Hiland at 614.940.5307. We hope you won’t need this number, but we will not leave you stranded. Helmets are required for this ride. If you have an extra one, please bring it, in case somebody forgets theirs. When you return to the start, at the shelter house, please sign in to let us know you have returned safely. There will also be a place for you to make comments about your experience. Suggestions are always welcome for planning for next year. There is no rain date. If it is raining lightly, we will still ride. If there is thunder and lightening, we will make a decision then as to whether or not to stay and see if the skies clear. Pray for sunshine! If you have any questions, feel free to contact me. See you on September 16.

Mary Hiland
Executive Director
ACB-Ohio
1-800-835-2226
Mary.hiland@sbcglobal.net
www.acb.org


Email Mary for the brochure. The registration donation is $20 or more per rider and this goes to a good cause.

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